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Archaeology: An Introduction to the World's Greatest Sites
24xHDRip | MP4/AVC, ~1522 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: 12:52:26 | English: AC3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | + PDF Guide
Size: 8,95 GB | Genre: History, Archaeology

The work of archaeologists has commanded worldwide attention and captivated the human imagination since the earliest days of the exploration, with groundbreaking discoveries such as the treasures of ancient Egypt, the lost kingdoms of the Maya, and the fabled city of Troy. Archaeology brings us face-to-face with our distant ancestors, with treasures of the past, and with life as it was lived in long-ago civilizations.

Despite the fascinating and often romantic appeal of archaeology, many of us have little idea of what the field actually involves. What, exactly, do archaeologists do? What takes place on an archaeological dig? And how does the reality of the work differ from what we see in Indiana Jones movies?

Archaeology: An Introduction to the World's Greatest Sites, taught by renowned archaeologist and National Geographic Explorer Eric H. Cline, answers these questions and more in rich and provocative detail. This thrilling new course, produced in partnership with National Geographic, introduces you to over 20 of the most significant and enthralling archaeological sites on the planet, providing both an in-depth look at the sites themselves and an insider's view of the history, science, and technology of archaeology.

Within the course's 24 visually rich lectures, you'll study some of the most famous archaeological discoveries of all time, including:

the tomb of King Tut: the final resting place of ancient Egypt's boy pharaoh, whose dramatic discovery mesmerized the world in 1922
the ruins of Pompeii: the astonishingly well-preserved ancient Roman city, which was buried in 79 A.D. by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
the terra-cotta warriors at Xi'an: the vast army of life-size ceramic soldiers created to guide China's first emperor into the afterlife

Throughout the course, Professor Cline offers dynamic commentary and responds to questions archaeologists are frequently asked, such as: How do archaeologists find ancient sites? How is an actual excavation performed? How do archaeologists determine how old something is?

In examining the world's premier archaeological sites, the lectures explore how archaeology plays a vital role in the advancement of knowledge, by separating folklore and legend from factual history. As Professor Cline makes clear, archaeology is one of the most objective sources we have about history as it really happened, allowing us to cross-check written accounts, as well as to discover information, events, and cultures we knew nothing about.

Travel with a National Geographic Explorer

What began as a haphazard search for famous sites of ancient history has evolved into a highly organized, professional, and systematic study of the peoples and cultures of the past. During this course, you'll trace the evolution of archaeology from the first crude excavations at Herculaneum to the advanced methods being used at Teotihuacan today. You'll also gain firsthand insight into cutting-edge technology that has forever changed the field.

And, in this site-oriented exploration, you'll travel the world: from Ur in Mesopotamia to China's Shanxi Province; from Masada in Israel to the ancient ruins of Akrotiri in Greece; from Sutton Hoo in England to Machu Picchu in Peru, and many other intriguing locales.

For over a century, National Geographic has been a leader in bringing archaeological discoveries to the world through countless explorations, digs, research projects, and magazine stories. Whether you're new to the subject or a seasoned archaeology enthusiast, National Geographic's unique resources will provide an unparalleled glimpse into this fascinating field.

TTC9431 S01E01 The Origins of Modern Archaeology
TTC9431 S01E02 Excavating Pompeii and Herculaneum
TTC9431 S01E03 Schliemann and His Successors at Troy
TTC9431 S01E04 Early Archaeology in Mesopotamia
TTC9431 S01E05 How Do Archaeologists Know Where to Dig
TTC9431 S01E06 Prehistoric Archaeology
TTC9431 S01E07 Göbekli Tepe, Çatalhöyük, and Jericho
TTC9431 S01E08 Pyramids, Mummies, and Hieroglyphics
TTC9431 S01E09 King Tut's Tomb
TTC9431 S01E10 How Do You Excavate at a Site
TTC9431 S01E11 Discovering Mycenae and Knossos
TTC9431 S01E12 Santorini, Akrotiri, and the Atlantis Myth
TTC9431 S01E13 The Uluburun Shipwreck
TTC9431 S01E14 The Dead Sea Scrolls
TTC9431 S01E15 The Myth of Masada
TTC9431 S01E16 Megiddo - Excavating Armageddon
TTC9431 S01E17 The Canaanite Palace at Tel Kabri
TTC9431 S01E18 Petra, Palmyra, and Ebla
TTC9431 S01E19 How Are Artifacts Dated and Preserved
TTC9431 S01E20 The Terra-cotta Army, Sutton Hoo, and Ötzi
TTC9431 S01E21 Discovering the Maya
TTC9431 S01E22 The Nazca Lines, Sipán, and Machu Picchu
TTC9431 S01E23 Archaeology in North America
TTC9431 S01E24 From the Aztecs to Future Archaeology

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Lynda - Data Analysis on Hadoop
Size: 9.32 GB | Duration: 0h 41m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

Hadoop is the cloud computing platform data scientists use to perform highly parallelized operations on big data. If you've explored Hadoop, you've probably discovered it has many levels of complexity. After getting comfortable with the fundamentals, you're ready to see how to put additional frameworks and tool sets to use. In this course, software engineer and data scientist Jack Dintruff goes beyond the basic capabilities of Hadoop. He demonstrates hands-on, project-based, practical skills for analyzing data, including how to use Pig to analyze large datasets and how to use Hive to manage large datasets in distributed storage. Learn how to configure the Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS), perform processing and ingestion using MapReduce, copy data from cluster to cluster, create data summarizations, and compose queries.

Topics include:
* Setting up and administrating clusters
* Ingesting data
* Working with MapReduce, YARN, Pig, and Hive
* Selecting and aggregating large datasets
* Defining limits, unions, filters, and joins
* Writing custom user-defined functions (UDFs)
* Creating queries and lookups

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Lynda - WordPress: Developing Secure Sites
Size: 397 MB | Duration: 2h 39m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

Leaving your WordPress site unsecured leaves you, your users, and your data vulnerable to attack. Luckily, with some basic site configuration, code updates, and free plugins, you can make an existing or brand-new WordPress site much more secure. Beginning with the basics (your backup/restore and password settings), author Jeff Starr explains how to harden WordPress by setting up user roles, configuring authentication keys, and setting proper file permissions. Plus, discover advanced WordPress security techniques to monitor user activity, implement a firewall, prevent spam, and block bots, and learn best practices for reporting vulnerabilities to WordPress and auditing your site.

Topics include:
  • * Backing up and restoring your site
    * Setting up strong passwords
    * Understanding users and roles
    * Choosing trusted plugins and themes
    * Changing and recovering passwords
    * Configuring authentication keys
    * Securing the login page
    * Fighting spam in the comments
    * Blocking access and detecting hacks
    * Building a firewall for WordPress
    * Detecting and blocking bots
    * Auditing your WordPress security




Manhattan GMAT (Class Recordings + Labs + Materials)
HDRips | DVD/AVC, ~370 kb/s | 1308x804 | Duration: 35 hours | English: PCM, 352 kb/s (1 ch) | + PDF Guides
Size: 9,94 Gb | Genre: Science, Math

ManhattanGMAT 9-Session Courses, led by experienced Instructors with 99th percentile overall scores on the GMAT, impart the comprehensive understanding of GMAT content and test-taking skills required to score well on the exam.

Focus on Instruction
ManhattanGMAT Instructors are here to teach. All computer labs, practice tests, or other self-guided activities will be assigned as homework and completed outside of class. You'll spend your time in class learning from an engaging Instructor, chosen for their teaching success and their achievement at the highest level of the GMAT.

Comprehensive Approach
Our curriculum emphasizes content-confidence. Each one of our nine 3-hour class sessions optimizes what you learn from our Strategy Guides and focuses on teaching multiple approaches to problems. In addition, we will share essential test-taking strategies to improve timing and accuracy.

Intensive Homework Assignments
We promote a demanding course framework that reinforces practice with real GMAT problems from the Official Guides for GMAT Review. This approach provides you with a rigorous hands-on experience studying for the test.
What You Receive

* 8 ManhattanGMAT Strategy Guides
Our Strategy Guides are the core of our curriculum. These guides provide a comprehensive review of each topic tested on the GMAT and are valuable tools outside of the class for preparation and homework.
* 3 Official Guides For GMAT Review (12th Ed., Verbal, and Quant)
The GMAT problems found in these books were once featured on real GMAT exams. These problems have been compiled into the 3 Official Guides published by GMAC, and are the best source of practice questions on the market. For this reason, ManhattanGMAT thoroughly addresses all the skills tested in the Official Guides.
* 6 Computer Adaptive Practice Tests
These practice tests mimic the GMAT test-taking experience so that you are more prepared for the exam before you go into a real testing center. In addition, the ManhattanGMAT Assessment Reports organize your test data so you can quickly identify your strengths and weaknesses, helping you study more effectively.
* Free Foundations of GMAT Math Strategy Supplement & Workshops - *NEW*
Covering the basics of GMAT math, the Foundations of Math (FoM) workshops are designed to help students master core math concepts, processes, and skills. The Strategy Supplement is a 326 page book that draws from the workshops to provide easy-to-follow explanations of fundamental math concepts and step-by-step application of these concepts to example problems.
* Additional Resources
Other resources include a Test Simulation Booklet, stopwatch, online skill-building labs, class recordings of all 9 sessions, the Challenge Problem Archive (700+level quant questions), a free pass for computerized GMAT essay grading, and various downloadable study aids.
* Office Hours
Each week, you will be able to schedule one 30-minute online / phone session with an Instructor. These sessions are an essential element to the Manhattan GMAT curriculum as registered course students can use this time to review challenging GMAT problems or to focus on their weak areas.




Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR CCP-V: Configuring
September 2016 | MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 8 Hours 19M | 1.36 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

This course is the fourth in a Learning Path of five courses that cover Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR and objectives for the CCP-V certification. Courses in this Learning Path follow directly after those in the Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR CCA-V Learni.

This course is the fourth in a Learning Path of five courses that cover Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR and objectives for the CCP-V certification. Courses in this Learning Path follow directly after those in the Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR CCA-V Learning Path. This course outlines the further high-availability configuration of the components in a XenDesktop environment in preparation for production.




Real Estate Photography for the Realtor
Duration: 3+ Hr | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 3.04 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

This will NOT get technical. You will be able to better represent your properties and sell more!
Take better photos of your properties with the camera you already have! This course will NOT get technical, but you WILL get results. Even though hiring a professional photographer is ideal, sometimes it just isn't in your budget or you just don't have time.
This course will teach you every step of the process starting with preparing a home for photography and then how to photograph each scene with a DSLR, a point-and-shoot, and a smartphone. Consisting almost entirely of HD video demonstrations, this class is as close to a hands-on learning experience as you can get.





Getting Started with ELK and Splunk
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | Lec: 8 | 90 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

You will learn how to use splunk and ELK

This path is for newbie degree. This direction incorporates

Splunk idea.

Where Splunk can be utilized
Details about other splunk setup
Splunk Architecture

Details about other Splunk parts like forwarder, indexer, seek head and deployment server.
Heavy forwarder vs common forwarder
How to put in Splunk in Linux & Windows running gadget
learn how to create fundamental searches in Splunk
How so as to add document in Splunk, navigation in Splunk, seek dashboard and so on.
What is wisdom object and several types of wisdom items and so on.

Students can set up Splunk in pc/desktop or in VM.

This path does now not include searches, dashboards , admin duties in splunk and so on

Full main points
How to make use of set up splunk in home windows & linux
How to navigate in Splunk
What is Splunk & Where it's used
This path is for newbie who needs to be informed Splunk




Beginners Guide to Writing your Marketing Messages
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours | Lec: 13 | 153 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

What you must know before writing your sales letters, advertisements or other promotions

Have you ever spent money on a Google or Facebook Ad campaign and didn't get a single sale?

You noticed that a lot of visitors came to your website but nobody took any action.You invested so much time and effort to create a digital product. Whether it be

An eBook
An audiobook
An online course
But then when you have to make the sales the whole process suddenly stops.

And then you assume that maybe your product is bad.

I propose to you that the root of the problem could be your marketing.

You see, marketing is a skill. It is all about getting customers. You could have the best product in the world, but if your marketing is poor, you will not get any sales.

And a business with no sales has no income and will go bust.

Now I use to think that marketing was all about writing ads. But after a ton of failed campaigns and a lot of money thrown away, I realized that there is so much more. Writing ads is just the tip of the iceberg.

So I started diving beneath and searching for answer to effective marketing.

While studying marketing I realized that a lot of people make the same mistakes which I did when starting their first marketing campaigns.

So I decided to create this course and show you an effective way to market your products online so that you avoid making these common mistakes.

And instead learn proven marketing strategies you can use to create captivating promotions that get sales.

However in this course I will not be discussing any technical matters. I will not discuss Facebook ads or Google ads or Bing ads.

What I have noticed is that underlying all these online traffic methods, there are marketing principles that are responsible for getting sales.




TTC - Fundamentals of Photography
M4V | AVC 1500kbps | English | 640x480 | 30fps | 24x30 mins | AAC stereo 126kbps | 8.63 GB
Genre: Video Training

Photographs are more than just snapshots. When taken the right way, they become dramatic personal statements with the power to last forever. They can transport you to distant landscapes, capture fleeting emotions, recall cherished memories, reveal the beauty of daily life, and even change the world.

With recent developments in technology, we now take and share photographs almost instantaneously through online photo albums and social media-making this unique form of personal expression more central to our lives than ever before.

But when many of us take photographs, we simply point our cameras and click without being aware of what we're doing, what we're seeing, or how we can do it better. In reality, taking great photographs requires you to see as a professional photographer does; to train your eyes using the same fundamental techniques and principles the experts use to create unforgettable images from the grandest (and simplest) of subjects.

With Fundamentals of Photography, you'll learn everything you need to know about the art and craft of great photography straight from a professional photographer with more than 30 years of experience. Designed for people at all levels, these 24 lectures are an engaging guide to how photographs work and how to make them work better for you. National Geographic contributing photographer Joel Sartore has crafted a course that will hone your photographer's eye so you can capture the greatest moments in nearly every situation and setting imaginable, from a field of flowers to a friend's birthday party to a grand mountain range. Taking you both inside the photographer's studio and out into the field, this course is a chance to learn, in a way anyone can grasp, the basic insights and hidden secrets of photography.

Learn How to See Just as a Professional Does

The first and most important lessons you learn in Fundamentals of Photography involve seeing and thinking just like the professionals who make taking perfect shots seem like second nature.

Mr. Sartore teaches you the three features any photographer needs to have in place before snapping a shot:

Great lighting
Solid visual composition
An interesting perspective on your subject

By paying attention to these aspects (with help from well over 1,000 dramatic photos from Mr. Sartore's award-winning portfolio), you'll be better able to take the kinds of photographs that surpass their original situation and actually mean something to you and others.

Peek inside the Photographer's Toolkit

In the first half of Fundamentals of Photography, you'll become better acquainted with the basic features of cameras and how each plays a role in creating great photographs. Using nontechnical language, Mr. Sartore explains essential tools such as shutter speed, aperture, and lenses.

In the second half of the course, you'll learn to apply the basics of photography to the kinds of photos that people commonly take-and how to take them better than ever.

With Mr. Sartore as your guide, you'll be learning from a master of the craft; a professional photographer whose work has appeared in prestigious publications. So start making your own photos more lasting and meaningful with Fundamentals of Photography.

1 Making Great Pictures
2 Camera Equipment-What You Need
3 Lenses and Focal Length
4 Shutter Speeds
5 Aperture and Depth of Field
6 Light I-Found or Ambient Light
7 Light II-Color and Intensity
8 Light III-Introduced Light
9 Composition I-Seeing Well
10 Composition II-Background and Perspective
11 Composition III-Framing and Layering
12 Let's Go to Work-Landscapes
13 Let's Go to Work-Wildlife
14 Let's Go to Work-People and Relationships
15 Let's Go to Work-From Mundane to Extraordinary
16 Let's Go to Work-Special Occasions
17 Let's Go to Work-Family Vacations
18 Advanced Topics-Research and Preparation
19 Advanced Topics-Macro Photography
20 Advanced Topics-Low Light
21 Advanced Topics-Problem Solving
22 After the Snap-Workflow and Organization
23 Editing-Choosing the Right Image
24 Telling a Story with Pictures-The Photo Essay




TTC - Fundamentals of Photography II
M4V | AVC 405kbps | English | 640x360 | 29.97fps | 12h 15mins | AAC stereo 158kbps | 3.52 GB
Genre: Video Training

Great photography goes beyond knowing about how lenses and f-stops work. It's about creative problem solving under real-world conditions. Taking great photographs means knowing how to choose the right tool or apply the right technique to capture your subject in the best possible way. Photographers who wish to excel-professional and recreational alike-need to have a solid foundation of technical skills and the ability to apply that knowledge intuitively to a wide range of scenarios and subjects.

For example:

How do professional photographers anticipate and capture "the decisive moment" that separates a snapshot from a great composition?
Under what conditions should you ignore your camera's warnings and push the limits of manual mode to best reflect the scene?
What are the technical tricks and equipment that professionals use to quickly turn harsh lighting, reflections, or cluttered environments to a photographer's advantage?

By exploring, and practicing, the same skills, tips, and techniques professional photographers use in the field to solve a range of visual problems, you can take your photography to a whole new level-no matter what your subject. And you can transform yourself from a good photographer into a great one.

Now, in Fundamentals of Photography II, a vibrant and vital continuation of our best-selling Fundamentals of Photography, you'll hone your skills, improve your ability to optimize picture-perfect moments, and capture jaw-dropping images. Filmed entirely on location and designed as an extension of the first course, Fundamentals II adds new skills to your repertoire and expands upon the skills you already know. It's your chance to rejoin award-winning National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore for an even deeper dive into the secrets of powerful photography, as he shows you how to apply your hard-learned technical knowledge to take amazing photographs out in the real world. In these 24 lessons, you'll cover advanced topics like:

professional shooting techniques
night photography and time exposures
working with studio lighting setups-and taking those setups outdoors
specialty filters
shooting over and under water
and much more!

You'll explore a wide variety of fascinating photographic challenges out in the field, and you'll spend some time in the studio for an insider's look at how photographers go through the editing process. Professor Sartore will add more tools to your photographer's toolbox and, in his words, "unleash everything I've ever thought about photography and cover the gamut of what you can do with a still camera."

1 Find the Picture
2 Understanding Light
3 Working with Light in a Landscape
4 Taking Photos under and around Water
5 Photographing Reflections and Reflectivity
6 Photographing Shadows and Backlighting
7 Big Results from Little Lights
8 Taking Studio Lights Outdoors
9 Human Portrait Photography
10 Animal Photography
11 Night Photography
12 Art Photography: Perspective and Illusions
13 Art Photography: Having Fun
14 Art Photography: Still Life
15 Black-and-White Photography
16 Elevating Your Perspective: Photos from Above
17 Smartphone Photography
18 The Decisive Moment in Photography
19 Live Event Photography: Farmers' Market
20 Live Event Photography: T-Ball
21 Live Event Photography: House Party
22 Live Event Photography: A Day at the Ranch
23 Live Event Photography: Family Fishing Night
24 Editing, Culling, and Critiquing Your Photos